Pinky and Rex
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Pinky has twenty-seven stuffed animals, and Rex has twenty-seven dinosaurs. They have everything the same, and that's the way it should be with best friends. So what do they do when there's only one pink dinosaur in the museum gift shop, and they both want it? Could Pinky's pesky little sister Amanda have the answer?
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
This book is about an fun trip to the museum. I would use this in a classroom to talk about museums or even before going on a field trip. This is definitely for a younger age group as a read aloud, about 1st to 3rd grade.
Review: Pinky and Rex (Pinky and Rex #1)User Review - Goodreads
I like James Howe's attempt at breaking gender stereotypes, even if it is a bit obvious.
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Too Many Animals
At the Museum
Amanda to the Rescue